Spraying Rendaid with a g 4

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warriorupnorth

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As Stu says Keith it does spray well but spray it wet and be quick ,use an old rotor an stat cos it rips hell out of em, if it does go wet n dry just run a brush over it where its gone a bit flat , if you know what I mean, and sheet up well
 

keithuk

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As Stu says Keith it does spray well but spray it wet and be quick ,use an old rotor an stat cos it rips hell out of em, if it does go wet n dry just run a brush over it where its gone a bit flat , if you know what I mean, and sheet up well
Thanks Paul ,i know what you mean mate :RpS_thumbup:
 

plasterjfe

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yes mate

weber spec it for say a key coat onto smooth brick or as a suction control/adhesion promoter on dodgy backgrounds. it goes on tight thats all n you leave it rough or stippled. you can roller it on with a stipple roller for artex
 

phiz

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I wouldn't put rend-aid anywhere near my machine! Don't even like it on my trowel. Brilliant kit but messy sticky ****!
 
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